OPINION: CMC, don’t let donors dictate curriculum

The trajectory of CMC’s Racial-Ethnic GE proposal underscores the Board of Trustees’ gross outsized influence on curriculum, argues Laleh Ahmad CM ’20.

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Beyond diversity: Pomona launches Institute for Inclusive Excellence

As of Aug. 31, Pomona College is now home to the Institute for Inclusive Excellence, a hub that centers around fostering inclusive environments on campus.  The institute grew out of a faculty and staff working group that began in 2019 “to discuss institutional barriers toward inclusive excellence at the college,”

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Harvey Mudd among 500 leaders advocating for accessibility in computer science

As technology continues to become a more predominant aspect of everyday life, Harvey Mudd College has joined over 500 CEOs, university presidents and nonprofit leaders in asking U.S. governors and education leaders to provide computer science (CS) learning opportunities for all students.

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The 5 to the 10: Wait, this is not Los Angeles — how white flight created the LA suburbs

Have you ever wondered why Claremont is so white? Southern California columnist Cassidy Bensko unpacks the white flight that created Los Angeles suburbs and the local politics that aim to keep them white.

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